We love cookie dough, and put it on just about anything when we’re craving something sweet—ice cream, donuts, cupcakes. Then the idea of cookie dough popsicles came up, and we had to try it. This recipe embodies the flavors of chocolate chip cookie dough while maintaining the texture of a popsicle. The alternating layers of vanilla, chocolate chips, and dough worked perfectly!

Three chocolate chip popsicles with alternating layers on marble

Jamie Shields

Of course, we didn’t actually use cookie dough. Instead we discovered that a little dark brown sugar mixed with vanilla and milk tastes strikingly similar to the real thing. The result: A refreshing, delicious, and somewhat healthier way to get your cookie dough fix!

Melty group of many chocolate chip popsicles on marble

Jamie Shields

Things You'll Need

Close up of three chocolate chip popsicles

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In a small bowl, combine vanilla layer ingredients.

In another small bowl, combine all the ingredients for the cookie dough layers except for the chocolate chips.

Pour 1 tablespoon of vanilla mix into the bottom of each popsicle mold. Freeze for an hour until solid.

Sprinkle chocolate chips on top of the frozen vanilla layer, followed by 1 Tablespoon of cookie dough mix. Freeze for an hour until solid.

Insert popsicle sticks. Repeat process alternating layers until popsicle molds are full. Serve and enjoy!

Chocolate chip popsicles on wood and marble

Jamie Shields

Tips

For easy popsicle removal, soak mold in hot water for 15-30 seconds.